Waste of time and money. No difference
I bought a 90-min Groupon, booked a 90-min appointment, and I got a 50-min massage! What a rip off. Plus the place seemed dirty. Would NEVER go back there.
I have used Groupon a lot, and this has been my first negative experience with it. Businesses like this are what makes people leary of using Groupon! They were AWFUL. They were very difficult to get on the phone or by email. When I finally did get them, they weren't very professional. I scheduled two appointments on two different days. I went for mine and it was ok. When my boyfriend went for his massage however, the appointment had been canceled. In an effort to make it right, they rescheduled it for August 15th (still honoring the groupon) and made it for 1 1/2 hours. After numerous calls to confirm, I drove the 30 minutes up there to find that the doors were closed and they've closed up!
The massage I got was very good!
Very happy with the place
Keep up the good work. I will come back
music played got a little old- some type of piano music that was played for the whole hour and a half. Could hear staff laughing and talking in the room next to me which was a annoying and a distraction.
The doors were locked, lights were off. I did not get a service after them calling me 2 times earlier that day to confirm the appt. Another customer and I stood outside for 15 minutes waiting for someone to show up. No one ever came to the door and then I received a call about an hour after I left stating they were in the back? Very suspicious. This is after having to wait 2 months to redeem it.
Martha was great! She didn't forget my neck, which a lot of places that I have been to have done! Thanks Martha :)
From Our Editors
The massage therapists at Curatio Rehabilitation come from backgrounds in neuromuscular therapy and the treatment of chronic pain. Each of their customizable sessions begins with a consultation to discuss the desired outcome, source of pain, and meaning of suffering. The therapists use Swedish and deep-tissue techniques to relieve muscle knots, sports massage techniques to soothe sore hockey pads, and prenatal massage techniques for expecting mothers. Their specialty, neuromuscular massage, is designed to alleviate pain with deep strokes targeted at the nerves. Sessions are complemented by a choice of aromatherapy oils or organic, odorless shea butter.